Integrate the concept of careers into a liberal-arts education through a holistic and equity-focused lens.
Increase the visibility and connectivity of curricular and co-curricular learning, resulting in student success after graduation.
Develop mechanisms to sustain and institutionalize Curriculum & Careers.
Contribute our experiences to national conversations about the value of a liberal-arts education.
How Curriculum & Careers Works at Clark
Experiential major maps help students visualize and design their journeys at Clark and beyond.
Problems of Practice (POP) courses are internship-like experiences that take place within an academic context.
Clark’s liberal-arts education leads to success after graduation, according to surveys of Clark alumni.
About Curriculum & Careers
Launched in 2019, with funding from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundation, Curriculum & Careers strengthened the partnership between faculty and staff leaders to enhance and develop courses; create experiential major maps; and infuse career readiness into academic advising.
Questions about Curriculum & Careers? Contact Evan Wilson.